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Using Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for Modern Software Delivery


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Sponsored by harness

Tuesday, October 12, 2021
11 a.m. ET

To achieve true continuous delivery, teams need to leverage end-to-end automation across their deployment pipelines and tooling. Deployment health checks today involve someone pinging the production app and saying "Yep, the app is still up--everything is OK!" In short, availability = success.

In reality, availability doesn't equal success, and the only way to get a true measure of health is to have multiple engineers sniff-test production by grep'ing logs or looking at monitoring charts. It's not unusual for teams to have four or five engineers spending 60 to 120 minutes per deployment making sure everything really is OK. But what if AI/ML could automate this process?

This session will take a look at some of the machine learning techniques you can apply to automate deployment verification and health checks.

Nick Durkin
Field CTO - Harness
Nick Durkin possesses over twelve years of data center architecture knowledge combined with a wealth of certified training, Nick also owns over five years of Hadoop and Big Data experience, architecting systems and building big data applications for not only the Federal government but also the world’s largest financial institutions.
He has held the position of lead architect on the Department of Homeland Security’s FIVICS initiative as well as developed many of the anti-fraud applications currently in use among the aforementioned financial institutions. Utilizing his successful history of innovative design involving data protection, fiscal responsibility, and directive appreciation, Nick continues to develop purposeful solutions tailored to each of his client’s needs.

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